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including the smallest children. on friday morning gene rosen walked up to his house and discovered a group of 6-year-olds patiently standing on his driveway near the sandy hook elementary school. it wasn't until he brought them inside. comforted them, giving some of his grandchildren's stuffed animals and juice he learned exactly what they had been through. today gene rosen joins us live to explain what those children told him and why he says these young survivors taught him about the true meaning of strength in the face of overwhelming tragedy. don't miss that. that is coming up in a bit. >>> welling right -- developing right now on capitol hill, a fierce back and forth between the president and the speaker of the house between a possible plan to avoid billions in tax hikes and spending cuts. it at one point looked like a deal might be close. right now we're hearing there are some problems. campaign carl cameron chief political correspondent from washington. >> reporter: shocker problems in washington, hey, megyn. there are proposals going back and forth from either end of pennsylvania av
in connecticut. am james rosen live in d.c. for us now. >> reporter: jon, good day to you. we all remember president obama's poised and poignant performance as the consoler in chief at the memorial service held after the tucson, arizona massac massacre. in the make of newtown, mr. obama found it difficult to keep his emotions in check. he appeared in the press briefing room names after james s brady, the press secretary wounded in the shooting attack on president reagan. in the weekly radio address the president was a bit more composed. >> the majority of those who died today were children. beautiful little kids between the ages and five and ten years old. most of most who died were just youngheir whole lives ahead of them. every parent in america has had a heart heavy with hurt. lowered to half staff at the white house and the capitol building yesterday he. the nation's top law enforcement officials attorney general eric holder was in tulsa, oklahoma yesterday honoring the new u.s. attorney installed there. >> i'm a father of three children myself. i can only begin to imagine the pain tha
a hearing today. david rosen now 18 years old will have to pay for losses resulting from the deaths of the 9-year-old ask her father. they include funeral expenses and lost wages. the two riding bikes last april when hit by rosen, expected in court for a final decision in terms of restitution february 20th. >> departments and police departments released a surveillance video screen shot of a suspect want forward a crime spree targeting four drug stores in 36 hours, starting on wednesday in dublin. the a lot of one was yesterday afternoon, at the dublin safeway pharmacy. and in all, four robberies, he gave a clerk a net saying he was armed and wanted drugs like oxycontin. >> what happened today in connecticut saddened all of us and we want to share a story now of hope and love. hundreds wrote qlerts asking him to grnt a wish to sick kids. that is part of a make a wish campaign. >> how many letters did our second graders hear? >> these of are a few of kids in fremont who wrote a wish. >> i wished about my family. and friends. >> my mom and dad have a great nd not have to struggle witness. >> fo
james rosen in washington. >> from the capitol where president obama as for all americans yesterday was as if the madness of the phenomenon we have come to call the mass shooting finally descended newtown connecticut to cruelest, most horrifying level. the profile of the young man still in adolescence, deeply severed from any sense of community and lifeest simplest pleasures. pocket protecter in high school. advanced intelligence but remote. most of the victims very different. children ranging in age 5 to 10. the most defenseless that walk among us. the grim toll as we have been reporting 28 dead. the mother. the school's principal and 20 children. one school worker doocy reported was wounded. president obama has played consoler in past struggled this time to contain his emotions of the news. spoke of the landmarks in life. birthdays, childbirth that the victims and their families were robbed of along with the innocence taken too early from those who survived. we have endured too many of these tragedies in the past few years he said and each time i learn the news i react not as a pr
from there james rosen and carl cammeron. cammeron, what about the gun control debate? what's going on behind the scenes? >> well, behind the scenes there is a a lot of consternation. joe biden's panel will come back in a month and probably oppose assault weapons ban. when it lapsed it was democrats and republicans that let it expire and democrats and republicans involved with passing it back in the clinton era. democrats and republicans have the same problem here and tougher for democrats. there are lots of progun control democrats in states and regions with progun rights voters. last time it pass a lot of democrats lost their seats. there are progun control republicans but not a heck of a lot as and not as much a threat for them. >> bill: does president obama really have a heart for this fight? does he really care about this. >> is it a priority. number of battles last election tough one. an awful lot on the president's plate. if he gets into bruising brawl that could cost him democratic little that could be tough for passing climate change. immigration reform. a whole host of thi
in court this aft18 year-old david rosen has eight restitution hearing. on april 7th, rosen was espeeding on treat boulevard in, or when he lost control of his vehicle. the judge sentenced him to more than seven years in prison. but because he was a juvenile that the time of the accident he will be released in three years when he turns 21. >> police are investigating an attempted kidnapping and south bay. a 13 year-old girl was approach yesterday morning while walking to more land middle school and san jose. a man asks the girl to get into his van. the group ignored him and continued on her way. officials from the school issued a warning to teachers and parents. police described the suspect as a hispanic man, lights can, short black hair and clean shaven. >> san jose police have identified the teenager fatally shot earlier this week. 18 year-old john cody sonenberg was, near a crash on fairhaven drive tuesday afternoon. detectives said that the team was the driver of the vehicle with a crash. this is the city's 44th homicide of the year. no suspects have been identified or arrested in the
rosen's house was a refuge friday morning. four girls and two boys crying and out of breath, having come from the school 100 yards away. >> what do you say to them? >> i said, it's okay. it's okay. come on with me. come on up. >> reporter: inside, the retired psychologist gave them toys, and the children started talking. >> the two boys just started crying and saying, "we can't go back to school. we can't go back to school. mrs. soto our teacher, we don't have a teacher. we can't go back to school. mrs. soto is dead." >> reporter: steve smith's granddaughter was in vickie soto's class and went to rosen's house. his heroes are the teachers. >> whatever actions they took that diverted attention i'm sure. they're the ones that are responsible for her being here with us today. >> reporter: now tonight there is still no word on when the relocated sandy hook elementary school will reopen. in part because there is still so much more mourning to do. tomorrow three wakes and four funerals are scheduled. brian? >> unbelievable. anne thompson in newtown, connecticut tonight. ann, thanks. >>> what h
word these are award winning policy makers and leaders in our community. we will start with jeff rosen. [applause] he's the district attorney of santa clara county and the recognized leader in criminal justice reform. he oversees the largest prosecutor's office north of los angeles and prosecute about 40,000 cases each year, so he is on the ground. he sees it all. he is however a green bay packer fan but we will forgive him because they lost. >> you should be very happy. you won. >> next to him is richard carranza and the superintendent of san francisco unified, just started in the summer of july. prior to that he was the deputy superintendent of innovation and social justice. [applause] next to richard is nancy o'malley, district attorney for alameda county. she was appointed in 2009 and elected in 2010 and has an amazing background dealing dealing with violence against women and domestic violence, elder abuse, child abuse and threat management. she's a wonderful addition to our panel so thank you nancy. [applause] next to nancy is tony smith who i loved his biobest of all and st
power that jeff rosen referred to. when moving into the soft power i recognize we're not experts so i look to people like anne campbell, our superintendent and to cheryl there to educate us and i said this morning "i am interested what we can do as a district attorney's office to help , what we can do to help" because we recognize we're not experts. we have an expertise in certain areas dealing with consequences and accountability and we're good with that. when it comes to soft power with great collaboration we can have a support role and provide to our educators and experts what exactly can we do to assist you getting to the end that everybody talked about today and that's the only different take we would have. >> great thank you. [applause] i would like to say we need to wrap up. we have a late start and need to keep moving. i would like to say what struck me today that even though teachers and principals are in school all day addressing those things in the hallways and they're not here. we have school people but they're not the ones on the ground but i think they would be thril
and the rosen during foundation and at that time in 1976 no one talked about it. we didn't have a system. we tried to get our public agencies together to work together so over these last 36 years we really created an amazing system but what i learned about five years ago we had a whole another network and we didn't talk to each other. we had domestic violence and elder abuse and child abuse and we knew each other but we weren't sharing information as much. we weren't talk about family violence so i am thrilled to be here tonight to be part of this family violence council that looks at these three issues and we begin to talk about family violence in san francisco and i am pleased to able to talk about the report. >> my name is theresa gwen and work at the institute of aging and this program has been around since 1981. we started the first multi-disciplinary team in the country on the issue of elder abuse and we have continued this legacy by having one of the first elder abuse centers in the country so we're one of four. one is being started in new york and one is being started in hawaii mo
coverage on the connecticut school shooting. we're hearing more stories of courage. jane rosgene rosen lives near the school. friday morning, before anyone knew would happen, he discovers six terrified children and school bus driver on as far gone. >> there were children crying san we don't know what to do. there was blood. there was blood and then they said her name. and i prayed that it was not that teacher. >> that teacher was 27 year- old victoria soto she had shielded her students in a corner of room to keep them away from the gunfire. the sixth children somehow got away and were able to get to rosen home. >> a local cycle there this says society is not dealing well with the mental health problems of men and boys. >> he says it is necessary to ask the right questions in order to prevent violence. and says it is critically important to notice warning signs. >> some of the conduct and behavior problems we see in boys. also this engagement. mount men and boys are four more likely to go without needed mental-health treatment. then when they get treatment we also know becker clinicians
, we are hearing more stories of courage and heroism. gene rosen lives near the school in newtown. friday morning, before anyone knew what had happened, he discovered six terrified children in a school bus driver on the front lawn. it rosen invited them into his home. he describes what happened next. >> when the kids stated that they could not go back because their teacher is dead and bay could not go back. i could not accept that. i just kept listening to them and when they talk more one of them stated that it was a big gun and a small gun. they stated that there was blood, and there was blood. i prayed. >> the teacher was 27 year- old vicotoria soto. she reportedly shielded her students in the corner of the room to get away from the gunfire. the kids and somehow got away and were able to get to rosen's home. rosen gave them some jews and some of his grandson's toys to comfort them, then he called their parents. >> we have clear skies outside and it is along the temperatures to drop. it is a cooler start today and even colder tomorrow. weaken see fault developing. we are not gett
: steve smith's granddaughter was in vicki soto's class. he went to rosen's house. his heros are the teachers. >> whatever actions they took to divert his attention, they're the ones responsible for her being here with us today. >> nbc's anne thompson reporting for us. >>> there is other news to get to. new developments involving the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in bengahzi. an independent report is placing most of the blame on the state department for failing to provide proper security for the compound. the panel concludes that systemic management failures at the state department resulted in "grossly inadequate security at the consulate where four americans, including ambassador chris stevens were killed. the report says the u.s. relied on poorly skilled local militia members to help safeguard the facility and investigators found no evidence that the attack was sparked by an anti-muslim video. the review board made 29 recommendations to improve embassy security and secretary of state hillary clinton has reportedly accepted every single one of them. >>> with the fiscal
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crying. there were upset. >> gene rosen learn about the shooting from students who escaped to his lawn after they watched their teacher protecting them. >> they said we cannot go back to the school. we cannot go back to the school because eric teacher is gone >> her friends and family will say goodbye during a wake. >> it is terrible about rebecca harriman attended a different elementary school that i don't ignore ever ready to send your child back to school after something like this happens. as much as we can get him back to normal, we have to. >> at sandy hook, no one is back to normal yesterday elementary school is closed indefinitely. workers at a nearby school are preparing to temporarily welcome the sandy hook students but they will be without their principal who died a hero trying to stop the gunmen. her daughter six comfort in a letter her mother went through her. >> "remember this in your darkest times -- you're never alone" your mom. >> a nearby towns as they could have a school ready for sandy hook students by tomorrow, there has been no determination about when they will re
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. gene rosen is a long-time resident of newtown and he lives right next door to the firehouse behind us. his own son went to sandy hook elementary. yesterday he took in six young children who were traumatized by the attack. thank you. good morning. >> good morning to you. >> we know how difficult this is for you. taking in those six children what was that like? the children were so frightened. i didn't know why they were on my lawn. i didn't know how they got there. i looked outside and i saw these six children and i thought that that they were practicing a play or cub scouts and i went and i approached them and it became clear they were so distressed. they were just so distressed. so i took them into my house, and they were crying and talking. i got them some stuffed animals because we have a lot for my grandson. >> gene you didn't understand -- >> i didn't. i had no idea what had happened. there seemed to be a bus driver who i don't quite understand it picked them up and they stopped in front of my house and she said there was an incident. i had no idea what happen
in syria on a larger scale is growing tonight. chief washington correspondent james rosen has disturbing news about weapons of mass destructions. >> a regime helicopter calltured in the skies above syria in the unverified amateur video unloadss something. likely a defensive flare. but the moment epitomizes the threat of nuclear weapons that the syrian people now live. rebel forces are now taking the fight directly to the assad regime inside the capital damascus with a deadly explosion near the arab red crescent building and pitch battles for key airfields outside the city. >> it is clear regime forces are being grounded down and they are losing. >> president bashar assad already killed estimated 40,000 people. president obama top aids will fear the fighting take on gruesome character. >> we remained very concerned. very concerned. as the opposition advances on damascus. that the regime might very well consider the use of chemical weapons. >> indeed, the senior officials confirm that syrian technicians mixed unknown quantity of the nerve agent seron and loaded on what officials believe ar
situation in syria passed another landmark today. we begin with chief washington correspondent james rosen at the state department. on the failure to keep the north koreans grounded. >> with north korea successful launch of the three-stage rocket tuesday night the obama administration was left to ponder the limits of the engagement policy it doggedly pursued with rogue regimes around the world. >> as we have seen in the case of north korea, as we have seen in the case of iran to date, it's their choice whether they take advantage of it. spend his time and his money. shooting off missiles or he can feed his people. but he can't have both. >> reporter: after the u.n. security council disbanded without announcing any punishment, the white house and state department signaled intention to outsource the job to the north korea patron state china. >> i think you saw the chinese make clore their opposition to this launch, prior to it and the regret over the fact it took place after it happened. >> we are very much ready to engage with our colleagues on the council. we will be searching for a clear
rosen is at the department of state tonight. what might that be? have a clue? >> shep, the dirty little secret here is that the united nations security council doesn't have many options. diplomats debated today whether to issue a toughly worded but ultimately meaningless resolution or to try to impose still more sanctions on the backward stalinist state that's the most heavily sanctioned country in the world. >> our objective is that this be a clear and meaningful response by the security council can consistent with the last presidential statement which said there would be appropriate further action and we will be searching for a clear and credible response. >> plus there is the usual problem of trying to get china and russia on board, shep. >> shepard: are they indicating whether they believe the administration's policy of engaging nations in this way, i don't know, not worked? >> senior u.s. officials tried to say today that that policy has worked in some places like burma, but not in others. they recounted spending the last year making overtures to kim jong-un, who succeeded his fath
where there's outpouring of grief. james rosen is live in d.c. for us. >> good day to you. we all remember president obama's poised and poignant performance as the consoler in chief during the memorial after the tucson, arizona, massacre. mr. obama found it difficult to keep his emotions in check yesterday. >>> in recording his weekly saturday address, the president was more composed. >> the majority of those who died today were children. beautiful little kids between the ages of five and ten years old. most of those who died were just young children with their whole lives ahead of them. every parent in america has a heart heavy with hurt. >> flags were lowered to half staff it he white house. attorney general eric holder was in tulsa honoring the new u.s. attorney installed there. >> i'm a father of three children myself. i can only begin to imagine the pain that the parents in connecticut are feeling today. i want to assure them and the people of this nation we're doing everything we can to investigate this crime and offer assistance. we're sending people to connecticut to deal
correspondent jas rosen joins us now for the report. james? >> lou, good evening. wayne laperriere, the executive vice president of the national rifle association cited the presence of armed and trained security officers at banks, courthouses,power plants, defense installations as well as the firearms that are carried by secret service and capitol police to protect the president and you al our lawmakers. >> what if, when adam lanza started shooting his way into sandy hook elementary school last friday, he had been confronted by qualified, armed security? we would at least admit it's possible that 26 little kids, that 26 innocent lives might have been spared that day? >> the nra also retained asa hutchinson, former u.s. attorney, congressman and homeland security official, to develop a model school safety plan focused on issues of design and access control and training for students and educators alike that the group could, said could be tailored by any school to st its% individual needs. lou. lou: james, the two sides in this gun control debate, are now, if you will forgive the expr
name became a verb. that's one form of immorality. but it's not his only claim to fame. james rosen in washington tonight. james? >> shep, conservatives across the disciplines of law, academia and public policy tonight are mourning the loss of a man they call a giant. robert bork was one of the most influential legal scholars of the past 50 years supreme court justice antonin scalia said in a statement. contact on legal thinking this the fields of antitrust and constitutional law was profound and lasting it was in the summer much 1987 that senate democrats allied with liberal advocacy groups that paint judge bork as a far right wing threat to blacks, women and free speech. he was ultimately defeated by historic margin. bork had first gained notoriety as the justin department official carried out president nixon's order to fire the watergate special prosecutor archibald cox who was seeking access to the white house tapes. the attorney general at the time and his deputy had both resigned in prop he protest. that protest was known as saturday night massacre and invoked calls for nixon'
his comments at least twice today. one of them claiming the nra has blood on its hands. james rosen live in washington tonight. james, there was an overarching point today that lapierre was making. what was it? >> well, he cited the presence of armed and trained security officers, harris at banks, courthouses, power plants, defense installations and also the presence of firearms being carried by the secret service in and capitol police to protect the president and all of our lawmakers. >> what if when adam lanza started shooting his way into sandy hook elementary school last friday he had been confronted by qualified armed security? will you at least admit it's possible that 26 little kids, that 26 innocent lives might have been spared that day? >> the nra also retained asa hutchison the former u.s. attorney, congressman and u.s. security official to develop a model school safety plan focused on issues of design and access control and training for students and educators alike that the group said could be tailored by any school to suit its needs. harris? >> harris: if people were any
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